Setting a case study of deaf peoples leisure practices in north west england within a wider examination of communal deaf leisure across britain this book offers new insights into a misunderstood and misrepresented community. Deafness community and culture in britain leisure and cohesion 1945 95 disability history mup martin atherton on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers many authors have identified the importance of deaf clubs in the emergence of a distinct community of deaf people. Deafness community and culture in britain leisure and cohesion 1945 95 martin atherton published by manchester university press disability history mup now available in paperback represents the first detailed examination of the leisure practices of deaf people anywhere in the world not just the uk. Atherton notes the distinction between the physicality of deafness and social perceptions of deafness he contends that the ratio of deafened people in the british population is likely to be as high as one in seven 14 of these there is a sub group that through necessity communicates in a . Deafness community and culture in britain leisure and cohesion 1945 1995 martin atherton home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library defining the deaf community and deaf culture in britain 3
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